Originally Posted by Jim HTPC from the QRT claims link
Benefits in Video Systems
# Big improvement in color saturation
# Edge definition
# Overall detail on display device
Jim, my suggestion would be to test these claims first. Since you have a HTPC (at least your user name suggests that) you could easily do lossless A/B framegrabber screengrabs and post A/B images both with and without the EMFS and we could all observe and measure the differences and alleged improvements to your HTPC video (if any.)
It seems to me these video claims are much easier for one to test (and share results and data) as I think there is less psycho in the visual than in the acoustical. If it offers “big improvement in color saturation”, it should be easily duplicated and easily evidenced as such.
As Chu noted, if it somehow makes changes to the color saturation, you’ll want and need to recalibrate if you believe your saturation is correctly calibrated to reference standards without the Electro Magnetic Field Stabilization Unit in place.
If it doesn’t change color saturation or pass tests on the video claims, then the other claims from the same source are bogus by association.